OISASSEMBL Y -- CHASSIS
2. Caliper removal and caliper installation are covered
in the rear wheel removal and
to the CAUTION (Pg.
for general disc
eRemove the pad cover on the caliper.
eRemove the clips (2) from the pins (2).
Place your thumb against the anti-rattle springs to
keep them from flying off, and
the pins from
A. Anti-rattle Spring
Remove the pads (2) from the
the bleed valve cap, attach a clear plastic hose
to the bleed
and run the other end of the
into a container
.open (loosen) the valve slightly, push both pistons
by hand as far as they will go. Use a discarded brake
pad to help push in the
valve. Wipe up any spilled fluid, and recap the bleed
A. Bleed Valve
warp the disc.
one pin through the following: caliper outer
wall, both pads, and into the caliper inner wall.
When inserting the pads into the
not to push the rubber dust seals out of place.
2. Install the pins with the holes toward the
the anti-rattle springs.
Be sure that the end
of each spring goes under the installed pin, and that
the top of each spring rides on the